Premier League, Protests | Strong protests before overtime drama: – Don’t know what they’re doing

Premier League, Protests | Strong protests before overtime drama: – Don’t know what they’re doing
Premier League, Protests | Strong protests before overtime drama: – Don’t know what they’re doing
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EVERTON-TOTTENHAM 2-2:

Tottenham’s Brazilian striker showed his composure against his former club, but in extra time Jarrad Brantwaithe appeared and scored the equaliser.

Before the equaliser, the Everton supporters were very unhappy, but that had nothing to do with the performances on the pitch.

It has simmered around the club for a long time, and shortly into the match they let their feelings be heard.

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– Don’t know what you’re doing

In the match ten minutes had passed, the entire home leg was covered in yellow cards, in protest against the ten minus points Everton had been awarded earlier in the season.

“You don’t know what you’re doing,” read the banners, which also displayed the Premier League logo.

The protests come at the same time as the club is waiting for a response to the appeal they submitted. It is expected that the decision on the appeal will be announced in the middle of the month.

The club said in a public statement that they were “shocked and disappointed” by the decision when it came.

The Premier League awarded Everton the point deduction due to a breach of the “Profit and Sustainability Rules” (PSR).

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Ravaged against old teammates

Despite being the leading team at times, Everton have to settle for just one point, largely due to one player.

Richarlison was on fire against his former club, putting the ball in the goal behind Jordan Pickford on two occasions.

The last goal in particular was of the beautiful kind, when he bent the ball into the far corner from just outside the 16-metre area.

– He is back in his old playpen, and makes the day a nightmare for his old colleagues, commented Kasper Wikestad.

The scores take Richarlison up to ten for the season, but it was not enough to secure all three points.

In the 94th minute, Brantwaite was brave as he threw his head into a duel with Vicario, ensuring Everton kept a point.

Everton’s first goal also came after a set piece, when Calvert-Lewin could easily head the ball into the open cage after the Tottenham goalkeeper had miscalculated the path of the ball on the post.

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